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Extraordinary Musical Talent
MaWoN is a hot happening band that fuses diverse musical sounds such as Traditional Haitian Roots, Konpa, Reggae and R&B to come up with their delightfully unique blend of World Music.
 
Haitian Stuntman Extraordinaire
His repertoire includes blockbuster hits such as Bad Boys I & II, Independence Day, Men In Black I & II, Wild Wild West, Blade, Training Day, IRobot, The Pursuit of Happyness, I Am Legend and Seven Pounds, just to name a few. His career has led him to film in many exotic locations from Bangladesh to Vancouver, and he’s worked with big names which include Tiger Woods, Denzel Washington, Wesley Snipes, and P Diddy.
 
Famous Haitian Actress.
She has played numerous roles in a variety of movies including Coming to America” (1988), “Every Breath” (1993), “Wild Wild West” with Will Smith (1999), “Double Take” with Orlando Jones (2001), “Second String” with Jon Voight (made for TV 2000), and “Bad Company” in which she starred opposite Chris Rock and Anthony Hopkins (2002). More recently she appeared in several episodes of Eyes (2005-2007) and has just completed shooting "Women in Trouble".
 
Haitian Actress
Roudie is an actress and model based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Originally from south Florida this sultry beauty decided to make the move to Atlanta to follow her passion in acting. Roudie graduated cum lade from Florida A&M University with her Bachelors of Science Degree in Health Information Management. While in college Roudie dreamt of a modeling career and began researching just how to do that. She studied the industry inside and out on the internet, reading books on TV, and talking with several other models an actors and learning their experiences and knowledge of the industry.
 
Author & Curator for Community Research at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida.
Dr. Joanne Hyppolite is the Curator for Community Research at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida. She holds a Ph.D. in literature from the University of Miami and an M.A. in Afro-American Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles. An experienced public speaker and author, she lectures widely at schools, libraries, and conferences on African-American and Caribbean culture and children's literature. Her short stories have been published in the Caribbean Writer and The Butterfly's Way: Voice from the Haitian Dyaspora. She is also the author of two popular middle-grade novels for children Seth and Samona, which won the 1994 Marguerite DeAngeli prize for New Children’s Fiction and Ola Shakes It Up.